CUC’s 8th principle forums

The Dismantling Racism and 8th Principle forums are a 4-session introspective journey building momentum towards being truly inclusive, deepening our understanding of what it means to dismantle racism, and practicing how to show up in a way that honours what we have been asked to do by our members of colour. 

We regard this as necessary work to prepare for the CUC Special Meeting on November 27, 2021. These forums are also a way for our congregation to engage fully in conversation and to hear from others across the country.

Media, Racism, and Censorship with Christine Genier

People have been asking what systemic racism looks like within Unitarianism, how we become aware of it, and how we begin to make substantive changes.  In June of 2020, Christine made national headlines when she quit her job as host of CBC Yukon Morning, live and on the air, because of systemic racism.  She has…

When differences make a difference

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Our speaker this Sunday is Barbara Herring, who share some learnings gained from a career of helping employers to hire a more diverse workforce. How can this knowledge be applied to creating a more welcoming faith community?


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During this multigenerational time together, we’ll explore the many ways we hold and share memories of loved ones who have passed.

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ComUUnities & Mental Health Matters: A CUC training

On Nov. 6, we welcome you to join us for a day long workshop considering how we can provide a supportive and welcoming community while also respecting appropriate boundaries. We have the privilege of recruiting a fantastic team of presenters and there will be great opportunities to join in shared sessions, choose some of your own interest and join in conversation groups!


WITHIN: Un/Learning for Liberation, for white folks. Beloved Conversations is a program for Unitarian Universalists seeking to embody racial justice as a spiritual practice. In Beloved Conversations, we work to heal the impact of racism on our lives, in order to get free together. Before the pandemic, we offered an ‘in person’ version of this…